Lets join hands together to congratulate

design aspirants -Who cleared the First Round of CEED Exam 2019


Deena Dayalan
Rank – 61
Category – OBC


Sai Kiran
Rank – 35
Category – ST


Nilay. S
Rank – 154
Category – OBC-NCL



We congratulate Shankar Rao, a hardworking and creative chap who joined our CEED Coaching Classes in Hyderabad and secured CEED 1st Rank (OBC) 6th Rank (open).


Heartfelt Congratulations to Meghana-IIT HYDERABAD-CEED 2018

Meghana is an IIT aspirant and joined MAD school for CEED coaching in the year 2018. She followed her passion and performed well during the course. Her handwork did result in good scores that led her to IIT Hyderabad. We are so proud of you and wish for more success like this one. Congratulations.


Congrats to all the MAD JACKS and QUEENS of MAD SCHOOL for clearing the first round of test in all design competitive exams. You are all a great example to depict that hard work, passion, desire and a bit of constant effort every day yields success. We seek the same passion, desire, confidence in order to achieve the same results in the final round. Once again, we at MAD School congratulate all the MAD Mavericks.

IIT – Post Graduation – M.Des

1. Deenadayalan .C. : ( Open Category ) Rank : 349 ;Film and Video Communication ;OML:50

Interaction Design: OML: 249

2. Sai Kiran : (ST) Rank: 35 ;Animation Film Design : OML : 23 : Digital Game Design: OML:71

3. Nilay .S. Dongarwar : (OBC-NCL) : Rank 154


Hope you guys are having a cup of “CHAI “besides you while strolling through this article. Hyderabadis love their Chai, and prefers to have them at any time of the day. Well that’s another story. The reason today for me to pen down this article is to help you shed some light into one of the leading Design Institutes in our country called IDC ( Industrial Design Centre) which have given life to many a leading designers in the field of Entertainment, Technology Design, Transportation  automobile & Industrial Design. The fact is many are not aware of such an institution which comes under IIT, the iconic institution who have contributed many a world class Engineers and Technologists.

What is CEED ?

I wonder how many of you have heard the word CEED. This is for the many that has not, and the remaining I would leave it for you to figure it out.  CEED stands for Common Entrance exam for Design (All India Level) held annually jointly at all IITs and Indian Institute of Sciences (IISC). The examination is hosted by the Industrial Design Center, IIT,Bombay on behalf of Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.

What is this test all about?

It is a descriptive test covering students logical, Creative, Observation and drawing skills, tested in particular for admission to various design courses offered.


Let’s look @ the Eligibility criteria for CEED application

A good thing is, there is no Age Limit to appear for CEED Exam and the aspirant can appear for CEED any number of times. You are also advised hereby to check if you meet the eligibility criteria for admissions to various institutions before applying.A separate application has to be submitted with the participating institutions along with your CEED score. Admissions shall be secured for various disciplines upon successful completion of Interviews and Studio test conducted by these participating institutions. We would request you to continue reading for more information.


Eligibility for CEED Examination

The candidate must have passed a Degree/ Diploma/ Post Graduate Degree program of 4 years or 3+2 years after 10+2 or must be appearing for the final year of examination

Must have passed the GD Arts Diploma Program ( 10+5 level)


Note: Qualifying in CEED does not guarantee admission to any programme. All qualified CEED candidates must apply to the respective institutes for admission and duly fulfil other requirements such as test / interviews of the respective institutes to become eligible for admission. The announcement for the admission to the post graduate programmes in Design will be notified separately by these institutions. Candidates’ are hereby advised to visit the websites of respective institutes for information and application procedure for the programme.


Other Design colleges where CEED Score is accepted

Vellore Institute of Technology :- School of Mechanical Engineering, M.Des ( Industrial Design )

Lovely Professional University : M.Des

Srishti Institute of Art Design and Technology : M.Des

Symbiosis Institute of Design : M.Des

University of Petroleum & Energy Studies :- School of Design Studies ( M.Des : Industrial Design , Transportation Design, Product Design, Interaction Design

World University of Design : – School of Design ( M.Des : Industrial Design, Transportation Design, Retail Design)



What are the Programmes offered and which Institutes (only upon CEED Qualification)

CEED qualified students are eligible to apply for the M.Des programme. There are 11 Disciplines offered at 7 different centres and PhD in Design offered at their 5 centres.  The program duration is for a period of 2 years.

Please find the Disciplines and Centre information’s below:-





Contact Information

Centre for Product Design & Manufacturing, IISC


Product Design& Engineering


Institute website: http://www.iisc.ernet.in

Department website: http://cpdm.iisc.ac.in/cpdm/ Email: [email protected], [email protected] Phone: +91-80-2293 2359

Industrial Design Centre,IIT


Industrial Design, Communication Design, Animation, Interaction Design, Mobility &Vehicle Design


Institute website: http://www.iitb.ac.in

Department website: http://www.idc.iitb.ac.in

Email: [email protected].ac.in, [email protected].ac.in

Phone: +91-22-2576 7801, 25767 802

Instrument Design and Development Centre ,IIT


Industrial Design


Institute website: http://www.iitd.ac.in Department website: http://iddcweb.iitd.ac.in Email:[email protected] Phone: +91-11-2659 1431, 2659 6729

Department of Design,IIT




Institute website: http://www.iitg.ac.in Department website: http://www.iitg.ac.in/design Email: [email protected] Phone: +91-361-258 2500, 258 2451

Department of Design , IIT


Visual Design


Institute website: http://www.iith.ac.in Department website: http://www.design.iith.ac.in Email: [email protected] Phone: +91-40-2301 7120

Design Discipline, IIITDM


Product Design

Visual Design


Institute website: http://www.iiitdmj.ac.in/ Discipline website: http://design.iiitdmj.ac.in/ Email: [email protected] Phone: +91-761-2632 664 Ext: 150, 113

Design Program,IIT




Institute website: http://www.iitk.ac.in Programme website: http://www.iitk.ac.in/design Email: [email protected] Phone: +91-512-259 7509, 259 6617



Now let’s [email protected] the various disciplines offered and their Eligibility criteria in Detail


Product Design & Engineering, IISC , Bengaluru

The MDes programme at CPDM is spread over four semesters and two summer terms, contains a challenging mix of courses and projects in user-research, creativity, advanced engineering, aesthetics, ergonomics, materials, manufacturing, design methodology, CAD, CAE, marketing and design for X, etc., to train students in developing products that blend the soft and the hard to solve the problem and wow the user. The programme takes engineers and architects as input through a most challenging design aptitude test called DAT, and handpicks the best for grooming and training through its knowledge, skill and reflection-based curriculum that prepare them to lead existing practice and create new practices in design. Students from CPDM have led Design practice with distinction eg : Designing the first Indigenous car from Suzuki (A-Star) or the Award winning TVS AKULA …..winning major award winning Design prices .

Eligibility Criteria: Bachelors Degree in Engineering/ Architecture and with a valid GATE/CEED score are eligible to apply. Selection is based on the DAT followed by an Interview conducted at the centre.

Duration : 2 years


What are they trying to find out from these Exams and Interviews?

Your Engineering Knowledge

Your Abstract and Analytical thinking ability

Your Aesthetic sensitivity and Communication ability

Spatial / Creativity

Your Overall aptitude for the Design Program


 Important dates for IISC  ,Bengaluru     

Submission of Application form : February

End Date for Application : March


b) Industrial Design Center ( IIT, Mumbai )

IDC has academic programmes in the areas of Industrial Design,Communication Design, Interaction Design, Animation & Mobility Design

Eligibility Criteria: Pass the CEED Exam & Qualify the Departmental Test and Interview Conducted by IIT , Mumbai. The test consist of Studio test followed by Interview

What is a Studio Test in IIT ?

Quick Assignments are given to test Design Thinking Skills. Challenges given in Studio test vary from year to year. However skills of problem solving, Sketching, Observation , Model Making are tested in a Studio Test. Candidates are expected to carry basic stationery on the day of studio test .


Lets Look @ the various Disciplines in detail ( Total number of seats : 61)

Industrial Design

The Industrial design programme concentrates on developing skills, knowledge and attitude among students to become creative problem solvers who can effectively and strategically use different design processes and methods. The students learn to correlate technical and ergonomic functions of a product with the real human needs. They develop their innovative and aesthetic sensibilities into making a coherent and appropriate product. The students are encouraged to solve socially relevant

Eligibility Criteria: ( 55% Marks)

Bachelor’s Degree in Design/Engineering/Architecture/ Interior Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year Bachelor’s course). ( B.Plan. considered equivalent to B.Arch. )

Four year B.Sc (Engg) course after HSC considered equivalent to BE/B.Tech.

Professional Diploma in Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year diploma program)

Total Number of Seats : 14


B) Communication Design

The course is at an advance level to create communication design designer with greater analytical and problem solving capabilities. The students are given opportunities to learn new skills and to advance their level of understanding. They can also specialize in one of the many areas of communication design like typography, information visualization, interaction design, video/film making, exhibition design, animation, photography, etc.

Eligibility Criteria (55%Marks)

Bachelor’s Degree in Design/Engineering/Architecture/ Interior Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year Bachelor’s course). Note: B.Plan. considered equivalent to B.Arch. Four year B.Sc (Engg) course after HSC considered equivalent to BE/B.Tech.

Professional Diploma in Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year diploma program).

BFA (4 Year professional program with entry after 10+2) 4. GD Art (4 year program after 1 year foundation. Minimum entry requirement 10th pass). Note: B.Plan. considered equivalent to B.Arch. Four year B.Sc

Total Number of Seats : 14

C) Animation

The Animation program in IDC strives to create people with expertise who will eventually emerge as leaders to influence the future of Animation. The students will have access to cutting edge IT capabilities and the proximity to other engineering disciplines which would facilitate cross disciplinary and collaborative projects, also new areas for animation applications can be explored and experimented with.

Eligibility Criteria (55% Marks)

1.Bachelor’s Degree in Design/Engineering/Architecture/ Interior Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year Bachelor’s course). Note: B.Plan. considered equivalent to B.Arch. Four year B.Sc (Engg) course after HSC considered equivalent to BE/B.Tech.

2. Professional Diploma in Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year diploma program).

3. BFA (4 Year professional program with entry after 10+2) 4. GD Art (4 year program after 1 year foundation. Minimum entry requirement 10th pass).

Total number of seats : 11


D) Interaction Design

The program will focus on interactive medias, mobile communication applications, interfaces for software applications, interactive gaming and learning applications. The program will have a specific focus on the needs of Indian users and the Indian industry.The students will have access to cutting edge IT capabilities, prototyping technologies and the proximity to other engineering disciplines which would facilitate cross disciplinary and collaborative projects.

Eligibility Criteria ( 55%Marks)

1. Bachelor’s Degree in Design/Engineering/Architecture/ Interior Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year Bachelor’s course). Note: B.Plan. considered equivalent to B.Arch. Four year B.Sc (Engg) course after HSC considered equivalent to BE/B.Tech.

2. Professional Diploma in Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year diploma program).

3. BFA (4 year professional program with entry after 10+2)

4. Master’s Degree in Arts, Science (3+2 year program with entry after 10+2).

5. Master’s Degree in Computer Application (3 year or 2 year in case of lateral entry to second year after BCA program with entry after 10+2+3 years for graduation).

6. GD Art (4 year program after 1 year foundation. Minimum entry requirement 10th pass).

Total Number of Seats : 12


E) Mobility and Vehicle Design

While facing a big challenge in terms of changing lifestyle, environmental issue and increasing population density and highly competitive environment, the auto companies are strengthening product development function, including design. International auto majors are setting up design studios in India to meet this challenge. The demand for component design professionals is to grow many folds to man these studios. The programme envisages developing graduates with skill and knowledge, which will make them competent designers for the auto industry in India. Studies include the understanding and identification of the transportation and mobility issue facing the country along with developments in other countries and finding creative solutions.

Eligibility Criteria

1. Bachelor’s Degree in Design/Engineering/Architecture/ Interior Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year Bachelor’s course). Note: B.Plan. considered equivalent to B.Arch. Four year B.Sc (Engg) course after HSC considered equivalent to BE/B.Tech.

2. Professional Diploma in Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year diploma program). 3. BFA Sculpture (4 year professional studies after 10+2)

Total Number of Seats : 10


Selection Process

Applicants who qualify CEED and meet eligibility criteria for each stream are eligible to apply

All applications will be scrutinized to verify whether they meet the eligibility criteria of the streams applied to. Those applications not conforming to eligibility criteria will be rejected.

A category-wise merit list for each stream would be prepared based on the CEED marks of the eligible candidates, called IDC – CEED merit list.

Out of all candidates who apply to various streams in IDC, an Interview Call list will be made for each stream. This list for each stream will have a limited number of top scoring applicants from IDC-CEED merit list.

Interview Call list is decided on the basis of category-wise seats available in each stream and by using a multiplying factor for each category.

The multiplying factor for all categories is 8 (eight). e.g. if the number of seats in General category is 10 for a particular stream, then 80 candidates available from the General category will be called for written test and interview. This would be applicable to all categories.

The applicants in the Interview Call list will have to appear in admission test on Friday, 13th April 2018 and interview on Wednesday Saturday, 14th April 2018 and Sunday, 15th April 2018 at IDC School of Design, IIT Bombay. Appearance in all test, and Interview are mandatory. Admission process The admission process consists of a written test and Interview for each of the streams. Written test may include a material/ studio test, which will be communicated to the applicants to be called for written test and interview. 10

The written test and interview will carry 100 marks each.

After the written test and interview, a category wise Final merit list using final scores will be prepared. The final score would be the total of CEED marks, written test and Interview marks with 70%, 30% weight-age respectively.

A Final merit list would be constituted based on the above final score. Admission would be offered from this list based on seats available for each category.

A cutoff, called Final merit list cutoff would be applied to the Final merit list. This would be 50 for General, 45 for OBC(NC) (i.e. 90% of GENERAL), and 33 for SC/ST/PwD (i.e. 2/3 of GENERAL) respectively.

Candidates with final score that is less than the Final merit list cutoff for their respective category will not be considered for admission even if a seat is available in that category. For instance, only those General category candidates who score 50 or above in the Final merit list will be considered for admission. Similarly, only those OBC (NC) category candidates who score 45 and above in the Final merit list will be considered for admission and only those SC/ST/PwD category candidates who score 33 and above in the Final merit list will be considered for admission.

The Final merit list cutoff is fixed in advance by the institute. It is the measure of a certain minimum aptitude and abilities expected in a candidate aspiring to pursue the academically challenging and demanding programme.


Important Dates

Submission of Online Application : March

Dates for Written test, Interview & Studio test : April

Declaration of results : May


C) Instrument Design & Development Centre( IIT Delhi)

Master of Design is a design Program in Industrial Design.

Eligibility Criteria :

Bachelor’s Degree in Design/Engineering/Architecture/ Interior Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year Bachelor’s course). ( B.Plan. considered equivalent to B.Arch. )

Four year B.Sc (Engg) course after HSC considered equivalent to BE/B.Tech.

Professional Diploma in Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year diploma program)

Total Number of Seats : 20

Duration of the Program: 2 years


What is involved in M.Des admission in Delhi ?

Studio test and interview are conducted after shortlisting. In interview, candidates may get a chance to display their prior work.


D) Department of Design ( IIT , Guwahati )

The department of Design IIT-G, offers programs leading to M.Des.The focus of the program is on the study , Invention , and creative use of technologies to create effective  usable, enjoyable experiences with technology through interdisciplinary research in engineering, design, behavioral and social sciences, and to understand the impact of technology on individuals, groups, and organizations.

Discipline offered : Masters in Design ( Product Design & Development) .

Usability engineering : Including Human Interaction Design & Communication Design

Total Number of Seats : 20

Duration : 2 years


What is involved in M.Des admission in IIT, Guwahati ?

The candidates are further shortlisted through aptitude test and further on through a personal Interview

Submission of Application : July


E) Department of Design ( IIT, Hyderabad)

Discipline offered : M.Des ( Visual Design )

Visual Design

The program aims to provide broad based understanding of Design along with student driven specialization in varied domains like architectural and spatial Design , Visual Communication, Interaction Design and Photography

Duration of program: 2 years

Eligibility for the program( 55% Marks)  

Bachelor’s degree in Engineering / Architecture / Design/ Interior Design or equivalent (4 years duration after 10+2). —

Professional Diploma in Design (NID/CEPT or equivalent of 4 years duration after 10+2). — B.F.A. (4 year professional programme, after 10+2). —

G.D. Art (5 year programme after 10th) with one year post qualification, professional experience Master’s degree in Arts / Science / Computer Applications (2 year programme after 10+2+3)

Number of seats : 20


What is involved in IIT M.Des admission , Hyderabad ?

Based on the DAT test on CEED  Score.Candidates are screened and shortlisted candidates will have to appear for Personal Interview. The final selection will be based on candidates performance in Design Aptitude Test (DAT), Personal Interview, Academic Performance and Design Portfolio.

Important Dates :-

Submission of application forms : March

Announcement of Shortlisted candidates: April

Design Written test & Interview: April

F) Design DIscipline ( IIITDM )

Discipline Offered :

Specialization in Product Design , Space and Communication , Design

Total Number of Seat : 20

Course Duration : 2 years

Eligibility :

Should qualify CEED Exam

B.Tech/B.E./B.Arch./B.Des./BFA/M.Sc./M.A./MCA with  A minimum of 60 percent marks OR a CPI/CGPA of 6.0 (on the scale of 10.00) shall be required in the Qualifying Degree (B.Tech./B.Des. or equivalent).

Relaxation for reserved category as per Govt. of India norms.

(ii) For admission to masters program under regular category qualifying marks/certificate in GATE/CEED/ (CSIR/UGC JRF/NET) or equivalent examination conducted at national level will be essential The candidate should have valid GATE /CEED /UGC JRF


G) Design Program ( IIT , Kanpur)

IIT – Kanpur with its unique USP offers an interdisciplinary program that clearly marks its difference from existing design programs at other institutes within India including other IITS.

Disciplines include :-

User Experience and Interaction Design

Industrial Design

Visual Communication

Number of Seats Available: 16

Eligibility Criteria

Should have cleared CEED /GATE exams

Should hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering /Design or Architecture from a recognized University

Should have 55% marks

Candidates selected according to their CEED/ Gate score shall be called for a second screening at the Institute .

Important Dates :-

Application forms available : March-April


Online registration Date : November

Date of CEED Examination : January

Declaration of Result : March

Examination Cities ( CEED Exams are Held)

Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, Patna, Pune, Raipur, Thiruvananthapuram, Thrissur, and Visakhapatnam. Candidates should compulsorily choose 3 cities of their choice for written exam



Let’s Discuss the Question Paper

The total duration of the examination is 3 hours . The question paper contains 2 parts. Part A- and Part B. The Duration of Part A is one hour . The Duration of Part B is two hours . Questions to Part A and Part B will appear on the computer. Answers to part A have to be entered in the computer . Answers to part B have to be given in the answer book provided by the invigilator.

Part A carries a total of 100 marks. It contains 3 type of questions. Numerical Answer type questions, Multiple Select Questions & Multiple Choice Questions. There is negative marking in Multiple choice questions where each correct answer will be awarded 2 marks and wrong answer will be awarded -0.6 marks . Scribble pads will be provided for rough work of part A . These have to be returned to invigilator at the end of the part A Exam .

Part B carries a total of 100 Marks. It contains 8 questions . You may choose to to answer any one of the questions. However there shall me 3 mandatory questions that you need to answer. In Part B , color pencils , crayons , sketch pens etc may be used unless otherwise specified in the questions .

A Caution: Charts/ Graph sheets/tables, calculators, cell phones and other electronic gadgets are not allowed in the examination hall



What are the Syllabus  for CEED Exam ?

CEED 2018 will be in two parts.

Part A will have questions related to these topics:  


Visualization and spatial ability: Pictorial and diagrammatic questions to test the understanding of transformation and / or manipulation of 2D shapes and 3D objects and their spatial relationships.  Environmental and social awareness: General awareness of environmental factors such as climate, population, water, vegetation, pollution, weather, natural resources etc., and their implications on the design of products, images, infrastructure and environment.

Awareness of design terminologies, social and cultural connection with design, history of the designed artefact, and socially responsible and environmentally sustainable design responses. History of art, sculpture and literature.


Analytical and logical reasoning: Ability to analyse given information logically and select the most appropriate solutions. Ability to weigh opinions, arguments or solutions against appropriate criteria. Ability to use logic and structured thinking to deduce from a short passage, which of a number of statements is the most accurate response to a posed question.


Language and creativity: Ability to understand passages in commonly used English language. Ability to think creatively in terms of alternatives, ability to distinguish innovative options and think out of the box.


Design thinking and problem solving: Ability to understand the context, the users and the constraints and select the most appropriate solution for a given design problem.


Observation and design sensitivity: Ability to detect concealed properties in day to day life and think critically about them. Ability to discern subtle differences in visual properties and aesthetic outcomes.


Part B of CEED 2018 will have questions related to these topics:  

Drawing: Ability to draw products, people or scenes in proportion with good line quality, composition, proportion, perspective, and shading.

Creativity: Ability to think out of the box and come up with unique as well as diverse solutions.  Communication skills: Ability to communicate concepts and ideas clearly with the help of text and visuals.

Analytical and problem solving skills: Ability to understand the user and the context, knowledge of properties of materials and process and their appropriate 12 use in design, originality of solutions, ability to create characters, plots and stories, etc.

Frequently Asked Questions

1.Why choose MAD School for CEED Coaching Classes? 

MAD School has been training students to crack various design entrance exams for some years now. Since our inception we have learnt and evolved as a coaching institute. We ensure to make our students master their subjects by providing them with all the relevant and updated syllabus, thus joining MAD School will be worthwhile.

2.When does CEED Coaching classes start?

We provide CEED Coaching in Hyderabad and Chennai throughout the year. You are allowed to join us at any time for short or long term coaching. 

3.What all subjects does our CEED Coaching classes cover?

The syllabus for CEED Entrance is based on the question paper pattern. We strive to cover all the topics that will help you clear the CEED Entrance Exam. 

  • Visualization and spatial ability
  • Language and creativity
  • Design thinking and problem solving
  • Observation and design sensitivity
  • Drawing
  • Creativity
  • Analytical and problem solving skills

4.Does MAD School provide coaching for the CEED Studio Test?

Yes, we provide coaching for the second round of the CEED exam too. We help our students with the portfolio preparations while enhancing their interpersonal skills for the CEED interview. 

5.How many branches do we have?

MAD School is available on two locations as of now 

CEED Coaching Centre, Hyderabad3rd Floor, 6-3-351, Nagarjuna Circle, Road No 1,

Beside Centro, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana, 500034

CEED Coaching Centre, Chennai –  10-4, 3rd Avenue, W Block, Anna Nagar West Extension, Chennai, Tamilnadu- 600101

6.What is the difference between CEED and UCEED?

CEED is Common entrance exam for Design which is Conducted for Admission in Different IITs,IISC for their M.DES in Product design, Vehicle design, Interaction design Programs whereas UCEED is Undergraduate Common entrance exam for design conducted for getting Admission into UG, B.DES -Product design,Animation,Interaction programs in IIT,B/IIT,G/IIITDMJ/IIIT,D. However, various other Private colleges also accept UCCED scores for Admission into their design programs.

7.What are the tips to start preparing for the CEED Entrance Exam?

  • Enhance your creativity by reading on topics like Interaction Designs and visual communications. 
  • Enhance your 3D Drawing skills – The candidate appearing for CEED should be able to draw a 3D model of the common structure, for example, household items like fruits, fridge, living room, etc. 
  • Solve CEED Previous Year Question Papers – As a design aspirant, you should know the exam pattern of previous years and try to solve questions on a regular basis. 
  • Read daily Cartoon strips online or in newspapers to develop your overall ability to present views in a storytelling format. 
  • Find ways to boost your creativity as CEED Exam tests the creative thinking skills of the candidates. 
  • If self preparation is not your cup of tea, you can always approach a best CEED Coaching Centre near you for proper guidance.

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